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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 25, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta PAGE EIGHT THE LETIIBRIDGE DAILY HEHALfi SATURDAY, SEl'TEMBEK 25. flORIHWAY gARMENTS This distinctive line sold EXCLUSIVELY in Lethbridge by CLARKE CO. A' cut of one of these- was inadvertently placed in another store's advertisement yesterday A Delightful Garden Freshness------- characterizes the Flavor of B33 Quality Unchallenged for Twenty-three Years. .euuu; Ht-v, Canon Murrel-W right, Sec- I September 2U: Holy Communion at S a.m.: Matins ut 11 i a.m., wlien the Rev. R. ItratuU of Tn- Old Country Soccer Results Midland Section Barusley 1; Derby County 1. Bradford City 7: Huilderslieid T. 1. Hull City 2; Bradford 0. Leeds City 3: Lincoln 1. Leicester Fusse-N'otts County post- poned. Sheflield United C: Grimsby T. 1. Lancashire Section Blackpool 2; Bolton Wanderers 1. Manchester U. 1: .Manchester C. 1. Kochdale 0; Oldham Stockport County 5; Preston Xorth- End 0. Soutliport 2; Everton 1. Stoke 3; Bury 2- Liverpool 5: Burnley Lcr.don Combination Queens Park 1: Brentford '2. rrvsta! i; U. 0. Toitechr-m Hotspur t: Flilliam 4: Arsenal :i. Clapton Orisnt 0: Croydon Com. 0. Watford 0; Milwall 3. Scottish League Glasaov; 7; Partick Thistles 2. Celtic Third Lanark 0. League .Morton 3; Clyde 0. Motherwell 3; St. Mirren 3. Dundee 7: Queens Park Rangers 1. Falkirk 2: Hamilton Academical 1. Aberdeen 1; Ayr United 1. Three hypnotists' put a man in a trance and asked him to write the 7lh did. with flavor purity body, M) GRIT a daylight factory by hands CD point dum PEPPERMINT AND CINNAMON FLAVOURS in Canacfa Suitable rewards for fht discwfry pf tht 7th paint :cill ofend laier. Ford Runabout Price Lock a man up and he withers. It takes the sunshine and fresh air to preserve perfect health. The Ford has opened up the great, invigorating out-of-doors to the Canadian of moderate means. More than fifty thousand Canadians are using the Ford both for pleasure and business. TOTJMNG CAR TOWN CAR.....S780 Fully equipped except Speedometer, F. O. B. Ford. Ontario. Cars on display and sale at THE FORD GARAGE VIRTUE 1232 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 633. PARENTS AND TEACHERS ASSO- CIATION MEET TO DISCUSS MUTUAL INTERESTS- HONOR MRS H, S. ALLEN tier '.vill preach. 10 .vv ST. MARY'S ol 5th Avc. and 12th St. C. N. Holy communion every morning at S a. m. Choral 'Eucharist on the 1st and ord Sundays of tlio month at 11 a. m., and on all Hifh Festivals. Matins on the? 2nd and Itli Sunday at 11 a.m. Sunday school and adult Hible class at 3 p. m. Evensong at 7.30. ice- ut subject, "laming the Junior Sunday school at 2 TRINITY CIU'KCH, HAKDIE- Knichtcv, pastor. Ser- ser- at >6 igs vices for tomorrow Children's vice at 11 a.m. Sunday school K. i.iianur 01 i si- iiindav school at 3.30. Cliildrcii's rally iti the cvciuug at 7.30, subject, "Enlisting." Songs 'and recitations will be given by the children. 1'arents and iriemis aru dialy invited lo this service. Matthew's Pras- 'bj'terian church: Sabbath school, 11 _ evcning serviL.c at 7.30. A. M. McLcod, pastor. METHODIST U'fslpy 0. IT. Cob- hk'dick, pastor parsonage, 320 I Hli ST. CYPRIA.VS CUt'RCH, corner of Eleventh street and Eiuluh u venue; Rev. H. Brandt of Taber wirt PRESBYTERIAN Kdmonton, Sept. Ihuro will be n much Bi-cnlcr yield of sprliiff wheat iu the province of Alberta this year even the most optimistic unticipatC'il. is the studied opinion of the Uon. Iiuncnn MurHhall, minister of asricultuiv. Soino time after consultation with his lie arrived at tho conclusion that would he an yield of 23 Umslipls per acre for tho atrpa railed, thus givinj: nn asrsreKato lotal of 000 bushels. Returns from the1 threshing oin.'ra- tions all over tliu proviuc-p. howovor. tell a story that shows tiiiat Mr. Mar- shall, and oven tho farmers llu-m- solvcs, were too modost in their cal- culations. Mr. Marshall is convinced that Hie average per w-w of surins wheat' will ihe -S. instead of mak- ing the total estimated yield COft bushels. 'Riis. it goes without saying, is a record for the province. It "is "also likely that the final yields of oats and barlev will bo iu excess of the original estimates. Rains at Pincher Pinchcr Creek. Alia., Sept. Heavy rain lias fallen during tills af- ternoon, which has decidedly nut a THE JOY OF BEING tailored To Health By The Famout Fruit Medicine stop to harvesting or threshing operations for several (lays. About 7 p.m. a thunderstorm of very short street south phone 404. "Services to- j duration passed over the town. i 14-18, and Adult Bible at a p.m.; Evensong at n.m.. when the 3 "ing adult classes. Military program] KHtttOYibniMn uittl new songs ami two short talks: KXOX CHURCH- Rev. A. H. Den- by Dr. Kivers and ihe pastor. 7.30 j oon pastor-' Manse, 1210 Fourth av-l p. m. special service of sonij by choir, emie South, telephone address the Pastor, j i NAMED COMMISSIONER Wlnntpbg, Man., Sent, F. barrister, has been ap- pointed license commissioner to sue-' ceed L. McMcans, ex-M.P.P., who re- signed nrcvibus to the provincial el- ection. .Mr. Me Williams, before coin- to Winnipeg, practised law in Pet- erborough, Out., where lie was mayor for a term. Magrath, Alta.. Sept. first monthly meeting of the Parents' and Teachers' association was IIKIU yes- terday afternoon, at the Magrath Pub- lic school. An exce'ileiii attendance of parents marked the occasion as an unqualified success. The session was convened sharply at three o'- clock, and the following programme was rendered by the students of the High school Literary society: Song, "The Leaf led hy student's from Miss Watson's room: rending by Edith Cook; "0, by Beryl Hindley and Theta Rich; reading by Eldred Hud- son: song by students from Miss Watson's room; story by Sadie Clarke and song by Hall Paulsen. At the conc'iusion of these num- bers an intermission was called, and a general get-acquainted meeting of parents and teachers ensued, after which the teachers and parents re- assembled to hear Principal Ostlund's address on "What kind of a home in- fluence is best for a school." Presi- dent Merkley followed, and briefly outlined the work of the association.- At the conclusion of the President's remarks a dainty dessert was serv- ed by the committee in charge, and a general talkfest ensued. The association is undoubtedly the first of its kind to be organized in this part of the country. Cutting Finished Cutting in this district is practical- ly completed, and with the advent of dry weather threshing wi'il be in full 5-.vias. The best yield reported thus ar is that of 56 bushels per acre on the fields of Bert Ackebers. Mr. Ackeberg's entire crop of 5000 bush- els made that splendid average per acre, and graded No. 1 throughout. Douglas Fowler left on the morn- .ng's train for the University of Al- jerta, where he will enter the school of pharmacy. Warren Taylor is tak-; ng his place in the Magrath phar-j macy, as apprentice to Mr. Fletcher, j The primary officers are giving a] Chicken" dinner and dance tonight in j lonor of .Mrs. H. S. Allen, who acted as president of the association! 'or the past 25 years. An afternoon dance is also being given for the. lit- le folk. A general good time is a.s-' sured to i MINE INSPECTOR AND MANAGER GO FOR TRIAL Vancouver, B.C., Sept. j Graham, provincial inspector of mines, aii'I J. H. Tonkin, manager of the Pa-1 cific Coast Coal Co.. were tvoday torn-] mitted for trial by the magistrate's court in Nanaimo, to appear at the assizes for alleged manslaughter. Th8j charges arise out of the accident at; Reserve mine, Nanaimo, 'iast Febru-; dry, when 20 miners lost their lives, j because inaccurate maps of the mine and of adjoining mine workings had aeon allowed to be used by the offi-1 cials named. _____ j emie Sout, eepone tomorrow at 11 a.m. and 7.30 p.m. Anthem. "0 ye that love the special rallv dav service ser-i solo "O Divme mnn sFnTi'itiii.r "vnih'em i Mrs. H. H. "fusaem" jlaunueO Johnson, antimn shall be no l.-vpnin' "Vvhv I h'lieve in God more- trio. "Lilt Thine (nS' "At even 'ere the suu wasi Miss Dowsett.j s Mrs Dawson NO DAMAGE DONE Home, Sept. 23, via Paris, Sept. 24. earth shoeli. which was felt here tonight was mors; pronounced in other districts of Ha'iy, but so far as has been reported, no great damage was (lone. MDE. ROCHON Hochon, P.Q; March 2nd, 1915. "I have received the most wonderful benefit from taking I suffered for years froln Rheumatism and change of life, and i took every remedy obtainable, without any good results. I heard of'Fniit-a-tives'and gave it 11 trial and it was the only medicine that really tlitl me good. Now I am entirely wHl; the, Rheumatism has disappeared and the terrible puins in my body are all gone, lam exceed- ingly to for such relief, and J hope that others who suffer from such distressing discuses will try 'Fruit-a-tives' and get MADAMK ISAIK The marvellous work that 'Fruit-ii- tives1 is doing, in overcoming disease and healing the sick, is winning the admiration of thousands mid thousands. Me. 11 box, (i for trial .size, 25c. At nil dealers or sent postpaid by Fruit-a-tives Limited, Ottawa. I HOT CURLING IRON GOES -i-NO MORE BROKEN HAIR! irointMrb aim' .j rt r'sacrSs waconie. ST. ANDREW'S CHUHCH Pas- j mental service after service. Class j tor. Rev. A. C. Bryan. Horning ser- j mcetinj, at 10 a.m. I vice at 11 a.m., Rally [lay church j CHRISTIAN subject, "Enlisting." Evening ser-j CHRISTIAN CHURCH Sunday; school at 10.80 a. m. Communion j ill.30 a.m. Christian Endeavor 7.30 I 1 Xn preaching scrviff- I BAPTIST I FIRST BAPTIST i i U. Koss, pastor. .Services at 11 a. I m. and 7.80 p.m. Xoon. the Bible j i school and adult class. Horning sub-! iect, Harvest Thanksgiving Service j and Sunday School Rally. Evening, I G. 0. Smith -lectures on Second Com- i ing ot Christ. j 1 CHRISTADELPHIAMS CHRISTADELPHIANS Meet In! the Moose Hall, Higinbotham Block. j Entrance 5th street south and 2nd j avenue south. Wednesdays at S- p.m. i Bible class. Sundays ut 3 p. m., to i commeraorate the Lord's death, anil at 7.80 p. m. to proclaim the glad tidings of the Kingdom of God. Sub- ject, "The Kingdom of God, is it to he, on Earth or in All seats free. No collection. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHERAN Sixth Ave. and i TO HELP OTHERS By Telling How Lydia E.Pink- ham's VegeUbleCompound Rertored Her Health. Miami, Okla. had a femalo trouble and weakness that annoyed me continually. T tried doctors and all kinds of medicine for several years but was not cured until! took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- ble Compound. I hope my testimonial try your wonderful medicine." M r s. COL. ALLEN RETURNS Col. J. A. W. Allen of the 1'Oih Battalion, 2nd Canadian Contingent, is reiiirniuff to Canada for a rest, ant! will return to a command at Shorncliffe in a short time. Picture shows the regret of liis men at losing im. They arn carrying the Colonel to his train. (Ueauty'R fliirror) Every woman knows that continual use of the hot curling iron means brittle, blistered, parched, dead-look- ing hair with burnt, uneven ends. There's no need of anyone using that instrument of torture, now that wo know what can lie accomplished by the occasional application of ordinary I liquid silmerine. This is not only more effective, giving the hair a flu flier iind most lasting curl, but, tends to promote its health, lustre and'beauty. Any druggist can supply silmeriue iu liquid form and a few ounces will last many months, so it is. quite economical to use. The approved way is to part tflio hair In several strands and with a clean tooth 'brush apply the liquid tho full length of each strand. The over- night transformation is agreeably surprising to one has never tried; this simple and harmless method. A re Satisfied With Investments C. A. assistant manager of the Edmonton branch oC the Canada. .Mortgage Corporation, j is the headquarters tor Alberta, has been in Lethbridge for the past week looking after the company's large interests here. C. B. Bowman is the local representative of the com- pany. The Canada Permanent has a large amount of money placed in LethbriilEe and vicinity, and reports that condi- tions with respect to their investments are satisfactory. MARY R, MILLER, Box 453, Miami, Okla, Another "Woman who has Pound Health in Pinkbam's Vegetable Compound. LindBiorg, Kansas. Some years ago 1 suffered with terrible pains in iny Eide which I thought were inflammation, also with a bearing down pain, back- ache, and I was at times awfully ner- vous. I took three bottles of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and am now enjoying good health. I will be glad to recommend your medicine to any woman suffering with female trou- ble and you may publish this letter." A. L. SMITH, R. No. 3, Box 60, Lindabcrf, Kansas. If yon have the slightest doubt that E. Pinkham's Vegcta- bloCompoundTvill hclpyou.writo toIiydiaE.PinkhaniMedicineCo. (confidential) or ad- vice. Your letter will bo opened, read and answered by a woman, and held in strict confidence. DO YOU NEED THESE BARGAINS Singer Sewing Machines. Xewcombe Piano. Three Safes; different sizes. Cobbler's Machine. All in first class condition. Also a number of fine Dress- ers. Bedsteads and Springs. The City Second Hand Store 406 5th Street South. We Are Still In The Ring! AND GOING STRONGER THAN EVER. D. EJacDonald GUNSMITH and! INDIAN MOTORCYCLE Agent. 40.1 5th Street South. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue and Tenth street. Rev. Fath- er Rosenthal, pastor; Ucv. Fr. Min- wegm, assistant. Children's Mass at j 3 a.m. am! High Mass at 10.30 a.m. Sunday school at 3 p.m. Evening scr- I vice at 7.30. Sermons at each service. i CHRISTIAN i CHURCH OF j SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at eleven a. m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting, 8 p. in. The reading room is. open to everyone every day from three to five p. m. Everyone is coedially invited to I BELIEVERS Burgmanii's Ha'J, 418 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread sc'nonl at 3 p.m. Gospe] preaching at i7.30 p.m. Bible reading Wednesday, '7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL Avn. North Baptist church, Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, remembering the Lord's death! Sunday evening l 7.30, Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at 8 p rn., special waiting upon Ood lor the baptism of the IIoH" Ghost. A hearty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Fifth street, as follows Sunday, 11 a.m., Ilolincsb meeting 3 p, m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. nights Monday, 8 p. m., public meeting, led hy sisters Wednesday 8 p. m., Soldiers' meet- ing Thursday H p. in., Salvation meeting, Citadel hand in attendance Saturday, 8 p. m. free and easy meet- ing. LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY Of Seventh avenue and twelfth 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 'i p.m., bacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome, Bishop Oeo. W. Green, 1016 Second avnn.ue, South. 'Phone, Physician's Skin Remedy Dr. Holmes, flu. well-known sliin specialist, writes: "I am convinced that Uio D. u. FreE-eriptlon is as much a specilic for Eczema as quinine for malaria. I have been prescribing Ihe D. U. remedy fov years." This soothing compound of oil of winlergrecn and oilier healing ingredients gives in- stant relief the Is applied. IU sinks through the pores. Kills and throws off the gnawing disease germs and quickly heals the Inflame! tissues. All cases of, skin disease, mild or violent, yield to iliis soothing liquid wash, the D. D. Prescrip- tion. All druggists sell D. D. D., n Jjoltle. A generous trial bottle fot only 35o. Come In and lot us tell you about our money :liaclrguarantee that D. I.i. D. will do what is claimed. You will tie ISie Judge. Ask about D. D. Koap. Its steady use keeps the skin always healthy. J. D. HiginboiiiSrti Co., Limited, Drugclsts, Lethbridfje, Alberta. O. D. D. IS MADE IN CANADA D.D.D.-for 15 years-tne Standard Skin Remedy ;